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- Navalny Lawyers Still Barred From Having Phones, Computers During Prison Visits
A court in the Russian city of Vladimir has rejected jailed opposition politician Aleksei Navalny's lawsuit against a decision that bans his lawyers from bringing mobile phones and laptop computers
into the penitentiary during visits.
Radio Liberty. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- How to Find Strong Buy Computer and Technology Stocks Using the Zacks Rank
Wondering how to pick strong, market-beating stocks for your investment portfolio? Look no further than the Zacks Rank.
Zacks. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- Human Assisted Artificial Intelligence: A Pathway to Trustworthy And Unbiased AI
Using AI for automating manufacturing and improving our work streams, such as providing robust CMMS (computerized maintenance management systems) is an excellent application for AI.
Forbes. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Computer Task Group (CTG) Q2 Earnings Surpass Estimates
Task Group (CTG) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 8.33% and -2.06%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2021. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Zacks. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- The Cupboard Is Getting Bare At Auto Dealerships, Hurting July Auto Sales
A computer-chip shortage has aggravated a shortage of new cars and trucks, driving up prices at the same time, and crimping U.S. auto sales this month.
Forbes. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- Retired NASA Engineers Return to Fix Hubble Telescope
The repaired space computer
is back online and already beaming spectacular images of distant galaxies back to Earth
Smithsonian. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
- 12 Weird Lost-and-Found Items From Shipwrecks
From 300-year-old cheese to a 2000-year-old analog computer, underwater shipwrecks have coughed up some unexpected stuff.
Mental Floss. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
- Malawi Begins Classes in World's First 3D-Printed School
Computer-built schools could alleviate classroom and housing shortages, but costs remain a challenge.
Voice of America. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
- Pandemic behind rise in fraud and computer misuse crimes
Fraud and computer
misuse offences have risen by more than a third in England and Wales, largely driven by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sky News. Thursday, 22 Jul 2021.
- First death from Bitcoin mining: Man is electrocuted while trying to power up faulty computer
Danai Makmek, 26, died on Tuesday in Thailand's central Chonburi province while attempting to fix his sprawling cryptocurrency mining machine, worried out the loss of income of it being out of commission.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 22 Jul 2021.
- FBI Wants Accused Capitol Rioter From Wylie to Unlock His Computer With His Face or His PIN
Arguing it might contain incriminating videos and other information, federal prosecutors are trying to force a Collin County man jailed in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot to unlock his computer
by either facial recognition or with a code.
NBC. Tuesday, Jul 20 2021.
- Hubble Space Telescope delivers first images since shutdown
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has delivered its first images since the telescope's payload computer
suddenly halted on June 13.
Fox News. Tuesday, 20 Jul 2021.
- The best USB-C hub 2021: Perfect USB-C docks for home working
USB-C is a wonderful thing - it's taken a fair amount of time for the standard to truly spread around the industry, but now more laptops and computers
Pocket Lint. Tuesday, 20 Jul 2021.
- U.S. accuses China of global cyberattack campaign
The U.S. and its allies have accused China of a global computer
hacking and cyberspying campaign. The Biden administration has threatened to take action. Ed O'Keefe has more.
CBS News. Monday, 19 Jul 2021.
- Filmmaker used AI to re-create Anthony Bourdain quotes in new Roadrunner documentary
In an interview with The New Yorker, filmmaker Morgan Neville admitted he used AI and computer
algorithms to re-create Anthony Bourdain's voice in several scenes in his new doc, Roadrunner.
Daily Mail. Monday, 19 Jul 2021.
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